KENNETH TOWNS, UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
The thought of playing Division I football had always been a dream for Kenneth Towns. His football career began at the University of Georgia as a walk on in 2012. After 4 years of hard work and dedication Kenneth earned a scholarship his senior year. As a dedicated student Kenneth was a “Double Dawg”, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from the UGA Terry School of Business and his Masters of Science in Kinesiology – Sports Management. While a student-athlete, Kenneth was named to the SEC Honor Roll in 2014 and 2016, as well as the Athletic Director’s Dean List. He also received the Iron Dawg Award, Most Outstanding Walk On, and Most Improved Player of the Year – Special Teams.
Throughout his involvement in college athletics Kenneth was afforded many professional development opportunities. Kenneth’s internship experiences span across the Georgia Athletic Association department and include: Student Assistant Wide Receiver Coach, Administrative Intern, Courier, Facility/Operations Intern and Human Resources Intern. Currently Kenneth is employed as Assistant Academic Counselor within the Student-Athlete Academic Services Department at Georgia. His ultimate career goal is to become a Power 5 Athletic Director and build an organization whose values and mission reflect a commitment to personal excellence, innovation, and the service of others.